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Growth correlations and the shape of young trees and shrubs


, : Growth correlations and the shape of young trees and shrubs. Acta Horticulturae (34): 107-116

Processes such as shoot growth, branching and branch angle formation which determine tree shape are analysed, and certain aspects of correlative regulation of these processes in relation to practical measures are discussed.

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